The 32nd annual Space Symposium was recently held at the historic Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. New capabilities and markets are opening in the commercial space and there is renewed focus in the civil market – driving science and exploration to new heights. To achieve these lofty aims, there are new technologies being brought to bear – decreasing cost and increasing utility in the industry. 3D printing is one of the technologies supporting this period of aggressive innovation in aerospace. This is the second consecutive year that Stratasys has been invited by United Launch Alliance (ULA) to participate in their exhibit, and is also the first appearance for a Stratasys booth. In the year since the last Space Symposium, Stratasys has had the opportunity to highlight how ULA has adopted Stratasys FDM 3D printing solutions and ULTEM 9085 material in some very innovative ways.